At Huawei, supply chain departments are the owners of ""physical goods"" and connect supply with sales and R&D in order to improve operational efficiency and drive business success.
This job is ideal for ambitious go-getters who embrace challenges and want to broaden their horizons by working in different countries and cultures.
Today's supply chain is highly digitalized, so as a supply chain management engineer, you will : (1) Engage in data mining and data analysis, understand the business logic behind the digital supply chain, apply data results to actual business, and provide accurate business instructions.
2) Get involved in the early stages of new product development, participate in developing global supply plans and solutions, and analyze large amounts of information in order to make the best decisions.
3) Plan and implement global logistics business, and manage suppliers by using advanced technologies like 3D simulation and Internet of Things (IoT).
4) Design fulfillment processes based on the supply network, assign massive customer orders to the most appropriate fulfillment channels, and mobilize all available resources to deliver customer orders in an agile and targeted manner.